|More Vetoes - More Negotiations
Governor Dayton vetoed five more bills Monday evening. One of the bills vetoed was the tax bill, making good on his promise to veto any bill that contained vouchers or tax credits for education.
MSBA has been following the bill closely because it includes:
- Election Ballot Language
- Agriculture Credit
- Tax Credits for Private Education
, he stated,"This bill prioritizes unsustainable tax cuts now and into the future over investments in prekindergarten, higher education
and economic development that will grow opportunities for hard working Minnesotans in our state."
As of 6:33 p.m. Tuesday evening, there was movement on budget targets between the Governor and House and Senate leadership. Dayton moved his
target from $300 to $400 million. Daudt and Gazelka offered to lower tax cuts from $1.1 billion to $875 million.
Most important to
, House and Senate leadership also offered to increase the education target by $100 million to land on $408 million.